The Brother Quattro 6000D for Extreme Seamstresses and Tailors

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jan 3, 2009   Updated: Aug 15 2011 • References: brother-usa & luxist
This Brother Quattro 6000D is the epitome of a souped-up sewing machine. This bad boy features LEDs that mimic daylight, USB ports and a high-definition LCD screen. The Quattro 6000D is a quadruple threat since it's equally adept at embroidery, sewing, quilting and crafting. For all of this technology, you'll need a workspace of at least 50 inches.

The Brother Quattro 6000D's price hasn't been released, but Luxist estimates its value at around $9,000.

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